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Senator Brown hypocritical? Just the opposite

RE “HEALTH coverage: Helping Ayla Brown ” (editorial, may 5): It has been suggested that since Ayla Brown has secured health coverage as a dependent on her father Senator Scott Brown’s policy, that this is an act of hypocrisy on the senator's part, because of his opposition to President Obama’s health plan.

Can we then assume that it is hypocritical for people to collect unemployment for years, when many of the same people believe the system to be flawed?

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